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Novak Djokovic Defeated Rafael Nadal for His Seventh Australian Title

Melbourne, Australia - Novak Djokovic was so good, so uninterrupted, so beautiful that Rafael Nadal never stood a chance.
The only one of the rival opponents - Djokovic, the only one of the rivals, was reduced - and a kind of Nadal, even shouting in one of his famous forehands.
A senseless error-free performance that achieved an unusually frustrating result, No. 1 ranking Djokovic won the record 7th Australian Open championship and 11th Grand Grand Prix by defeating Nadal 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 on Sunday night. Slam trophy, its counting raises overall 15.
"In situations, "Djokovic said," It was really a perfect match.''
Anyone who views it will disagree.
Djokovic's coach Marian Wajda said, "I'll describe it as dominant."
Nadal takes? "Tennis is an amazing level."
Nadal's coach Carlos Moya said, "Incredible," probably Nova could probably win, there was no rival. "
Novak Djokovic Defeated Rafael Nadal for His Seventh Australian Title
Novak Djokovic celebrates after defeating Rafael Nadal for the Australian Open championship Sunday. Scott Barbour/Getty Images
That Djokovic 34 was not enough to produce the winner and the disobedient errors just was impressive enough. It came against Nadal - who is in second place, got 17 major trophies and did not beat the set in the tournament - it was difficult to understand.
Djokovic, Nadal smirking or grating his teeth or punching his rocket string, unable to compete at all.
Here's how Nadal explained: Here are some additional requirements when Djokovic plays well. He did not play in the US Open last September, but Nadal could not raise his game.
Then again, Nadal acknowledged, "When the player did better everything than you, you can not make any accusations."
In 2008, 2012, 2012, 2012, 2015, and 2016, Jimvic won four Wimbledon titles, three of the US Open and a French Open title.
To win most Australian Open titles, he broke his tie with Roger Federer and Ray Emerson. For the third Grand Slam trophies, he broke an agreement with Pete Sampras in his statue; Djokovic is now against Federer 20th and Nadal.
And he is achieving on them.
Then this tie beat is: 31-year-old Djokovic Tennis is the only person in history who scored three goals with three straight-slam strikes.
So at the beginning of the two seasons the discussion will start four fun, Djokovic has already done something from 2015 to 2016. And, more about the true grand slam, which has won four major Grand Slam of a calendar year, which has only been done by Donald Budge in 1938 and two men of Rod Laver in 1962 and 1969.
"I'm aware that I really love sports history, it's something special," said Serb. "Of course, it inspires me."
She even surprised herself with the way she was rescued with her right elbow problem.
Djokovic was out in the second half of 2017. He tried to come back in early 2013, but the elbow prevented him and he was defeated in the fourth round in Melbourne. Soon after, he decided to undergo surgery.
That's all in the past.
She is again an elite level. If anything, the gap between him and the rest is rising now.
A year ago, is he thinking now?
"Not impossible, but unlikely. I do not want to be arrogant, but I always believe in myself," said Jokovich. "I think it's probably the biggest secret to my success."
Djokovic and Nadal know each other, their style and their patterns well. It was their 53rd session - more than half of men in the professional age of half-century - and the same as the 15th record in the Grand Slam Tournament. It was a major final match to their eighth match.
So there should not have been any mysteries out there on Rod Laver Arena's blue court as they began with the temperature, which had topped 105 degrees in recent days, at a manageable 75 and just a hint of wind.
Right from the start, though, this shaped up nothing like their only previous Australian Open title match, back in 2012, which Djokovic won in 5 hours, 53 minutes, the longest Grand Slam final in history.
They were equally mixed that night, there was no competition during this time. Nobody is anything It lasts a tad of more than 2 hours.
No ball, how good a hitter, was out of Djokovic's reach. She slid and stretched and sometimes even splits, wherever and whenever needed her body contorting.
Djokovic's first 14 points include 13, all four strokes or more permanent. A trend was established.
Most important, Nadal was the first time he had served on Sunday. Which led five former Spaniards opponents, gave Djokovic another break in the river than zero.
Nadal could do any title. Djokovic won the first 16 points each and 26 of the first 26's.

"Djokovic said," The most important goal of the match was to get started and to bring the right thinking and intensity, "and sure that he also felt my presence."
At the end of the second set, Djokovic has won almost twice as many points (5 9-30), more winners (23-14) and much less unprotected errors (20-4), while 14 points by 17 points took at least 10 strokes.
The longest 22-shot points were, which ended when Nadal won a backhand for the first set of Djokovic. Djokovic raised his right fist and held there while staring at his guest box.
He was on the right track. Nadal could not do anything to stop him.

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